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Edge Foundation, Online Exhibitions, 2002 - 2016

DLD 2007, Munich, Germany, January 2007​

Festival della Scienza 2004, Genoa, Italy,  October — November 2004

Palazzo Rosso, Via Garibaldi, 8
28 October 2004 — 6 January 2005


Katinka Matson is an American artist who has been using technology to intricately study our relationship with nature and the world, and to adapt our perception to the ever-changing reality around us.

Thanks to the use of the CCD flatbed scanner invented in 1975 by Ray Kurzweil, Matson's works feature not only petals, stalks, and pistils, but also the rhythm and depth that these natural elements can express if set in certain positions, revealing a surprising reality. The main difference between Katinka's technique and standard photography lies in the way the subjects are illuminated and in the shadow cast around them, as both light and shadow contribute to drawing details and colors in a vivid way.


Through her technique, Katinka succeeds in giving us the vivid sensation of being immersed in a lush, fascinating garden.

No. 4 Gallery, San Diego, CA, February-April, 2004

TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design Conference) Monterey, California 2003

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